Fans of Janet Chapman won't be disappointed with Only With A Highlander. Finally, readers have the chance to read about Winter MacKeage, the seventh daughter of Greylen MacKeage, and the woman who holds a legacy of magic and power in her heart, unbeknownst to her.
When Winter is working at her art gallery, a strange man by the name of Matt Gregor comes in and commissions her to draw his house. Startled, but very attracted to the self-assured man, Winter isn't sure what to say. Matt is the owner of Bear Mountain and wants Winter's artistic talents to choose the spot for his new home on the mountain, along with a detailed picture of the house. He also wants Winter.
Winter has never felt so attracted to a man before. Matt is everything she could ever dream for in a man: loyal, honest, sexy, and equally attracted to her. However, he has some major secrets of his own. Secrets that involve Winter in ways she can't even begin to imagine.
At the same time, Father Pendaar needs Winter. Someone is draining his magic and it is time to awaken Winter to her destiny. There's no time for love when she has to save mankind, but Winter definitely doesn't see it that way. She's determined to have it all: love, Matt, and a bright future. But will she succeed?
WOW! Janet Chapman has done a great job of setting up Winter's story. Winter is a very fleshed out character, one who will touch your heart with her compassion, love of life, and her generosity. Her sparring with Matt is sweet and really ups the ante on their emotional bond. Matt is another great creation from the mind of Ms. Chapman. He's the consummate warrior, but he's not so Alpha male that he grates on your nerves. He has a mission but he soon comes to realize that meeting Winter has changed his plans...for the better.
As you watch their story unfold, you will be impressed by the lore and mythology that the author works into the story, along with the fascinating legacy that Winter has to uphold. Readers who have been dying for another Scottish story from this author won't be disappointed. The story is rich and complex with a strong plot and equally strong characters that keep the reader energized and glued to the pages. Don't pass this story up!